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Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen Talks About The Aftermath Of ProtestsHe says the focus needs to be on listening and discussing how to move forward.
Mountain Biking Movie Premieres At Drive-In TheatreAccomplice debuted at the Denver Mart Drive-In since indoor theatres remain closed.
Colorado Colleges, Universities Consider Hybrid Learning This FallThe concept is a mix of in-person and online classes but the result could impact some international students.
Jeffco Public Schools Offer 100% In-Person Learning For All StudentsThe school district will also offer remote learning for those who don't feel comfortable attending in person.
Bandimere Speedway Facing Threat Of Temporary Injunction From Jefferson CountyThe battle went to court in a hearing that will be continued on Thursday.
Universities In Colorado Work With International StudentsThis after the Trump Administration said they must leave if all classes are online.
Woman Attacked At Apartment Near Morey Middle SchoolThere is a growing homeless encampment outside the school.
Bandimere Speedway Facing Threat Of Temporary Injunction From Jefferson CountyThe battle went to court in a hearing that will be continued on Thursday.
Average Age Of Coronavirus Patients Is 33, Down From Upper 40sThe rise is cases among younger people is likely due to behavior changes.
‘There Are No Egos Involved’: Rare Cancer Removed By Rare, All-Female Surgical TeamA nurse and mother needed complex surgery to remove a rare bone cancer in her leg. By chance, she ended up with a rare surgical team at Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center (PSL), a team of all women.
‘I Just Always Pray, Don’t Forget Us’: New Colorado Law Requires Holocaust EducationGovernor Polis is set to sign a bill that will cement Holocaust education in Colorado’s curriculum.
Bandimere Speedway Was In Court Today Over Whether Or Not They Followed A Court Order To Protect People During 4th Of July EventBandimere Speedway was in Jefferson County court over whether or not they followed a court order to protect people while hosting a 4th of July event.
New Mask Mandate: Adams, Arapahoe & Douglas Counties Will Require Face CoveringsThe Tri-County Health Department voted Wednesday to require wearing masks in public.
Native American Mascots: Cheryl Crazy Bull Talks About Negative ImpactCheryl Crazy Bull is the President and CEO of the American Indian College Fund, which is based in Denver. The nonprofit is calling on teams like the Redskins to rename their mascots. She says their use has a negative impact on American Indian youth.
Graffiti Was Spray Painted On Rocks And Sidewalks On Yampa River Core TrailSomeone has been spray painting red hearts all over rocks and sidewalks in Steamboat Springs -- at the base of the ski area, the grocery stores, along the Yampa River Core Trail, and even at the police station.
Bandimere Speedway Is In Jefferson County Court Right Now Over The 4th Of July Event They HostedBandimere Speedway is currently in court over their decision to host a 4th of July event.
More Women Lose Jobs Than Men During Coronavirus PandemicA new study shows the COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected Colorado's working women.
Denver's Plan To Cull Canada Geese Moves ForwardA public meeting on the matter will be held on Wednesday night.
Wheat Ridge Police Search For Burglary SuspectThe suspect targeted A Brighter Community which is a day center for adults with developmental disabilities.
Health Care Experts Weigh In On Rise Of Coronavirus Cases In ColoradoThey say they expect to see a bump after the July 4th holiday weekend.
March Against Racism, Hate Targets Cranmer Park NeighborhoodThe rally was organized after a video went viral of a woman chasing a Black man down the street.
Questions Surround Death Of Elijah McClain, High Dose Of KetamineThe 23-year-old was injected with 500 mg of Ketamine, enough for a 220-pound man but Elijah was only 140 pounds.
Where Does Payroll Protection Program Money Go In Colorado?More federal assistance doesn't necessarily mean more jobs.
Denver Begins Fining Drivers Parked In Street Sweeping ZonesThe Department of Transportation and Infrastructure will begin citations on July 8.

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